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If you're about to spend some holiday time this summer visiting Paris, I suggest you visit my friend Michelle's site, Gadabout Paris. This west coast American moved to Paris a few years ago and thought it would be nice to share her discoveries with the world: exciting places, things to see, things to do, restaurants not to miss, everything goes through her podcasting mic directly to your iPod.

What I like about Michelle's (and her staff) articles is that she's really doing her homework. For instance, in a recent article about a Paris urban art walking tour, you'll find explanations, photos, and even a Google Map of the walk.

All in all, a really enjoyable site about things that are not your typical tourist tour. By the way, Michelle: I'll be soon in Paris again, is the couch still free? :)

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  1. Michelle says:

    Thanks Ozh!!!!!! Such nice kudos to our site…which if I must toot my own American horn then I think it's a pretty cool site too! ;)

    Of course our couch is free! Though you'll be sharing the room with my brother who is here too!

    We'll go out again…it was so much fun last time. We can try a new place that I want to review.

    A bientot!

  2. jp says:

    You may also find useful. An interactive map of Paris!

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